|Frank Germanson (#47547407)|
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My name is Frank Germanson, a retired Milwaukee Public School teacher. My father's paternal relatives were the Germansons, Lynchs and Hennesseys from Port Washington, Wisconsin. His maternal side were the Reises and Heyers from Germany and Wisconsin. My mother, Hazel Manzeck had her paternal relatives, the Manzecks and Timrecks were both from Germany. Her maternal side was Prinz and Comp, again both from Germany.|
I have a tree on Ancestry under Germanson that you may view if you wish. It is a public tree. Feel free to use any pictures I have available in your ancestral pursuits and I will be glad to transfer any non family member I have.
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In 2008 Find A Grave didn't have family connections. That came about 2010.
Added by Phillip on Nov 24, 2014 12:49 AM
Find A Grave Memorial# 28954923
I remember that marker. I stopped there every day for a week trying to get a good picture. They all came out almost blank. I finally got to wet and wipe off the surface and let it dry a little.
Added by Phillip on Nov 24, 2014 12:45 AM
I see you move her from Holy Trinity to Saint Adalberts. So what the problem? Maybe you moved her and then read my 2nd message. The 2nd message was a little vague.
I wish it would stop raining/snowing/very cold so I could go for a walk.
Added by Phillip on Nov 24, 2014 12:30 AM
The road in back sits on the split. There should be a 3' space between them.
When I started taking picture, there was a brick iron bar fence between the cemeteries. And the next year it was gone. This was before I started with FindAgrave.
Added by Phillip on Nov 21, 2014 12:04 PM
|violetta ||Jan Rossa|
Whether it is known, where from Jan Rossa comes? Who was his e parents for Poland? Did the marriage ceremony have in Poland?
I have Rossa in the family tree, somebody there left this line.
I am greeting
Violetta N. Polish
Added by violetta on Nov 18, 2014 12:44 PM
|Barb Seeger||thank you|
Thank you Frank I just found this site and have found my great grandpa & my great uncle. I have been uploading family photos. I a huge family history buff and love this idea of sharing these photos. I recently went through my grandpa & grandmas service albums from ww2 and upload on youtube in hopes of finding a possible family member of any of these men. are we able to make memorials from family that were cremated and no no graves?
the 3rd email had the how to it line at the bottom.
Added by Phillip on Nov 16, 2014 6:30 PM
Only my hands. Got them all. Got side tracked in play my on game. :-) Now I got to eat something.
Added by Phillip on Nov 15, 2014 5:14 PM
|granny annie||Betty Jane Mueller Long|
Thanks for answering so quickly! And for making the change. My uncle just died recently and is buried next to his second wife in another state. I guess I could link it, though, couldn't I? Haven't ever done anything on findagrave but use the information. I'll see if I can figure out how to do that. Thanks for steering me in that direction. And, again, thank you for your service.
|granny annie||Correction Request|
Hey Frank! Thank you for your service!! Could you correct the place of death on my aunt's page? Her name is Betty Jane Mueller Long, findagrave #117245264. She died in Riverside, Riverside, California. She and my uncle, Orville Kenneth Long were living there when she died. He was in the military. If you need documentation please contact me @ email@example.com.
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